At first, some gentle peat followed by some solventy smell leading to nuts of all sorts. On the background, sea salt. The smell finishes on old oak and chocolate.
With water, the solvent fades away to flowers, light rose and peach. The peat softens to bonfire and some hazelnut is coming through
Peat is strong yet turns quite immediately to leather, old tobacco leaves and nuts with a background of peach. The chocolate at the very end of these layers is very smooth
With water, the chocolate overpowers the beginning of the mouth yet rose comes through, followed by walnut and a hint of hazelnut and then some red berries. The feelings gets kind of creamy, not that much though. The tobacco softens and melts with the leather.
The finish starts soft on tobacco then builds up its heat to chocolate. With water, dark chocolate and tobacco melt together in a very smooth fashion, leaving the mouth coated with a very nice lingering flowery feel.